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Every week, Imported Horror brings you the best of fiendish ghouls, bloodthirsty zombies and creepy ghosts from beyond the shining seas. We explore international horror movies and television shows from around the globe that are readily available on American streaming services. All episodes are spoiler-free.

Feb 11, 2021

Can paper mache feel pain, when it's twisted and contorted? What if it's escaping a cult? This week, the gang gets captivated and horrified by the creepiest stop motion film of all time. Also, what horror classic would you rather see animated and Melissa  accidentally called an elaborate sex dungeon.

Motion Picture Terror Scale: 3 (Marcus) / 4 (Melissa) / 3 (Grady). Quality: 5. Enjoyment: 3 / 4 / 5

Articles mentioned in this episode:

"A Film’s Horrors Evoke a Dark Era in Chile’s Past," by Nina Siegal in The New York Times

"‘The Wolf House’ Review: A Chilean Nazi Cult Inspires One of the Darkest Animated Movies Ever," by David Ehrlich in IndieWire

"An Animated Horror Film Dredges a Disturbing Chilean History," by Dan Schindel in Hyperallergic

Leon & Cocina, a digital gallery of the directors' works